As a former Red Cross "Safety and Survival in an Earthquake" instructor, I am sharing info on earthquake safety. As a mom living on the Pacific Ring of Fire, I am aware of the damage earthquakes cause.
Preventing fire tragedies and disasters from happening in schools, is the most important issue that a school must address secondary to its academic mission. These preventive measures can be the first line of defense that the school can afford its...
The zombie apocalypse may be right around the corner. It is best to be prepared. As with any disaster, it is important to have a plan. This is a playful look at the zombie apocalypse and disasters.
One can take earthquakes for granted until one is caught in a big one. The San Simeon Earthquake of 2003 showed me that I need to take a less casual attitude toward earthquakes and be prepared.
Save Your Life! "The Star-of-Life" on a medical alert ID bracelet, along with a current medical alert card in your wallet, might just save your life or the life of someone you know. FREE template for the alert card.
When working in a medical laboratory, there are several health hazards and safety issues to be aware of. Bodily fluids can be dangerous to the technicians.
This article addresses traumatic brain injuries. This article focuses on new traumatic brain injury studies is explained. New helmets for our military and football players is available.
The first question to ask yourself is, "How fast can I ride?" If you can easily average 20 mph over the course of your commute, a 20-mile commute will take you an hour to an hour and fifteen minutes depending on conditions. This question is kindred...
Hospitals are working to increase safety for patients. There are also many things a patients can do to protect themselves. Hospital malpractice lawyers are a resort if you have are a victim of hospital negligence.